Hiram & Solomon collaborates with Cigars for Warriors. The masonic cigar brand and the charity Operation Cigars for Warriors are releasing a cigar that will only be available at Cigar For Warriors donation centers all over the United States. And all the profits of the cigars will benefit the 501(c)3 registered charity organization. Read more about this amazing charity in our special.

This release under the name “Live to Serve’ is a limited edition. And where Hiram & Solomon usually works with Plasencia Cigars in Nicaragua, this cigar comes from the Dominican Republic. The cigars are made at the Blue Star Cigar Factory, also known as the PDR Factory. The blend consists of a San Andres wrapper and a Mexican binder. The filler comes from the Dominican Republic and Panama. The Dominican tobacco is Ligero, Seco Corojo, and Ligero Criollo 98. The Panamanian tobacco is broadleaf. The press release did not mention the size of the cigar nor the production limit.

Ministry of Cigars - Hiram & Solomon collaborates with Cigars for Warriors

The collaboration

Storm Boen, Chairman, and CEO of Operation: Cigars for Warriors says: “It’s my great pleasure to say that Hiram & Solomon have crafted a great cigar, which I have enjoyed tremendously. We’re very proud of the strong partnership we have with Hiram & Solomon in developing this new CFW program to benefit our Donation Centers and deployed troops.” 

Fouad Kashouty, founder and owner of Hiram & Solomon Cigars adds: “As Freemasons one of our core teachings is Charity. At Hiram & Solomon Cigars we take pride in being highly acknowledged for our philanthropic orientation. So it comes as no surprise that our aim is to reciprocate with our humble gesture the priceless sacrifices that our soldiers endure in order to secure our freedom.” 

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